ISLAMABAD - A high-level UN delegation is to visit Pakistan in a few days to draw a security plan ahead of visit of the Commission set up by the world body to probe the assassination of the former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. Well-placed government and diplomatic sources revealed to TheNation on Thursday that the UN delegation apart from drawing a security plan, would also make arrangements for the smooth working of the members of the fact-finding Commission. The sources said that UN team would prepare a working paper in the light of investigations conducted by the official investigation team that was also assisted by the team of Scotland Yard. The sources further said that the UN Commission would only have mandate of a fact-finding body rather than to conduct investigation as of a criminal case. The UN team would also make logistic arrangements for the Commission. The UN Commission set up on the request of the Government of Pakistan which had already deposited $1.5 million as token fee for the investigation into PPP Chairperson Benazir Bhuttos assassination on December 27, 2007 at Liaquat Bagh, Rawalpindi shortly after her addressing the partys election rally. It was further learnt that the Pakistan Government was likely to seek a pledge from the Friends of Pakistan Forum during its 17 April meeting at Tokyo for financial assistance to bear the expenses to be incurred on the UN probe into the assassination of the former Prime Minister. The sources said that the Friends of Pakistan Forum was expected to pledge fifty per cent of the expenses in the Tokyo meeting.